Two Rockingham men are in Richmond County Jail after breaking into a car and an East Rockingham church.
Patrick Ryan Grant, 16, and Brandy Lynn Clark, 19, were arrested Jan. 8 and charged with the breaking and entering of a residence, motor vehicle and a church that took place on Dec. 21. Both were also charged with larceny and injury to real property.
Deputies with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office arrested Grant and Clark for a break-in that occurred on Luther Street and also into a vehicle parked in the yard of the residence. The two were also charged for breaking into a church located on Sixth Street twice in the same night.
Grant and Clark were placed in Richmond County Jail. Each suspect was jailed on a $30,000 secure bond.
McKenna arrested on drug charges
Christina Danielle McKenna, 36, has been arrested and charged with selling and delivering prescription pills, possession with intent to sell and deliver prescription pills and selling and delivering cocaine.
The Hamlet native, of Gathings Street, was arrested and placed in the Richmond County Jail on a $10,000 secured bond.
Pratt jailed on cocaine charges
David Anothy Pratt, 52, Gaston McLean Road, Rockingham, was arrested for selling cocaine on two different occasions.
Pratt was charged with two counts of selling and delivering cocaine.
Pratt was arrested and released on a $15,000 unsecure bond.
Grooms arrested for selling pills
Shelby Jacobs Grooms, 59, of Beeler Avenue, Hamlet, was arrested and charged with the sell and delivery of a scheduled II narcotic.
Grooms was arrested by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office for selling prescription pills.
Grooms was released on a written promise to appear in court.
Suspect wanted for assault
A suspect is being sought by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office in regards to an assault with a deadly weapon case.
Tray Bruton, 19, and Lasummer Bruton, 17, both of Rockingham, were shot at close range with birdshot from a shotgun at a Greenlake Road residence. There were no life threatening injuries reported.
Detectives conducted interviews on Wednesday, but no warrants have been issued for an arrest. The case is under further investigation.